Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital offers access to groups and programs for a variety of physical and emotional health issues, from adolescent health to weight management. We continue to add to these groups as patients, families and staff actively communicate needs with one another.
This program is designed to address the educational and psychosocial needs of these siblings who are touched by cancer. We are an interdisciplinary team that includes psychology, nursing, social work, child life and medicine.
Download the Sibling Outreach Program flyer
This 12-week program, which incorporates a pediatric psychologist, a registered dietitian, an exercise physiologist and a pediatrician is geared to 7-to 16-year-olds who are serious about wanting to lose weight. Specifically designed for children and their parents, the program will teach you and your child to change the things at home affecting eating and exercise habits.
Learn more about Fit Youth
Pediatric Epilepsy Support Group
This group meets to address the needs of families who are caring for children afflicted with difficult-to-control epilepsy.
Our social workers can help improve your access to health resources by providing information about financial assistance, lodging, employment and disability benefits, support groups, online services, and community counseling services. We can also provide individual, group or family counseling.
Medical Billing and Insurance Forums
Because medical billing and insurance often can be confusing, our Patient Financial Services department is holding free educational forums to help families better understand the insurance and billing processes.
Mom’s Like Me
Meet local moms in your neighborhood and get advice, share stories, upload photos and connect in groups like the “Ask Nurse Practitioner Michelle” health forum. Find out more about the Cleveland group.